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put into a new order or arrangement

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Moreover, CBK principles and rules of rearranging contract terms of clients' consumer and instalment finances are entirely consistent with KFH's policy in supporting clients and enhancing financial solutions and instruments that aim at prioritising them, bearing in mind the utmost importance of consumer protection in the field of financial services.
She draws from about 50 interviews from the past 50 years with people who have been separated for at least 10 years and have reached a place of civility, to provide models and ideas for shaping kinship circles around children, challenge the language and stereotypes surrounding divorce and separation, and focus on the process of untangling and the idea of rearranging.
Stourbridge boss Gary Hackett admitted rearranging fixtures was a real headache, especially when it meant trying to fit in with other teams' packed schedules.
It's amazing, the difference I've made in my life just by rearranging the furniture.
The author's been professionally rearranging homes in California since 1986: her home-based designer tips lend perfectly to those who would operate and foster home-based work while her case studies of clients, tips on what to charge and how to rearrange, assessments of what homeowners need most, and how to turn a chaotic home feel into a design masterpiece makes for clear, specific suggestions.
Summary: Future Movement MP Ahmad Fatfat stressed Tuesday the importance of rearranging "internal Sunni ranks, especially in light of the uncertainty of the situation globally and regionally.
The Commission considers such rearranging of settlements to avoid compliance with the directive unacceptable.
2 -- 3 -- color) Rearranging expert Katie Anglin, left, confers with client Tina Romasanta at Romasanta's Encino apartment.
shuffling some personnel around merely amounts to rearranging the deck chairs on the Titanic.
But culture bosses will want firm assurances on the finishing date before rearranging the city's biggest waterfront attraction this year.
By rearranging the way appointments were made, they reduced patient wait time by 1,400 hours per day, freeing up over 100 parking spaces, and eliminating the need for a new parking structure.
You can create your own stories by rearranging parts of these animal and human figures using wooden pegs--by experimenting you can discover all kinds of unusual combinations
By rearranging equation 1, we have: with x% certainty, the quarantine failure rate, [phi], is no larger than [pi], where
Rearranging wealth (or income) is not the only possible ideological goal of economic regulation.